Javier Solana, President of Madariaga foundation, cited on page 4 of http://www.eurasia.org/documents/publications/DC_Annual_Report_4.0.pdf
Doesn't their sign look like a half swastika? (see also here more obvious: LINK)Madariaga Foundation, Rockefellers, Carnegie, UN Food-and-Agriculture Org, Joseph Stiglitz, Honorary chairs Martti Ahrtisaari and Madeleine Albright, Brookings, Stanford, Shell, Coca-Cola...and almost endless list...On April 15, Eurasia Foundation (EF) celebrated fifteen years of positive change. Distinguished guests and supporters gathered for the program, which included special remarks by Robert Zoellick, president of the World Bank Group and a member of EF’s Board of Trustees from 1997 to 2000. http://www.eurasia.org/
Robert Zoellick, "Solana-friend for many,many years"
Already in 2004 "The Eurasia Foundation announced that it transferred most of its Russia program to the locally-registered New Eurasia Foundation (FNE), a unique American-European-Russian public-private partnership....Founding partners in this new cooperative effort are the Eurasia Foundation, the Madariaga European Foundation of Brussels and the Dynasty Foundation of Moscow. FNE has received a $25 million commitment from the U.S. government beginning in FY2004; multimillion dollar support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Open Society Institute and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation; a pledge from Javier Solana, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign and Defense Policy, that he will raise 10 million euros from European funders; and $750,000 from the Dynasty Foundation." http://www.eurasia.org/publications/news/view.aspx%3FID%3D32
Interesting enough, exactly same like the AoC, this "New Eurasia Foundation"
is focussed on Youth, Education, Migraton (see top of:)
Already in 1997 in "The Grand Chessboard" Jimmy Carter adviser and Council of Foreign Relations Ex-board of Directors member Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote:
"In that context, how America 'manages' Eurasia is critical. A power that dominates Eurasia would control two of the world's three most advanced and economically productive regions. A mere glance at the map also suggests that control over Eurasia would almost automatically entail Africa's subordination, rendering the Western Hemisphere and Oceania geopolitically peripheral to the world's central continent. About 75 per cent of the world's people live in Eurasia, and most of the world's physical wealth is there as well, both in its enterprises and underneath its soil. Eurasia accounts for about three-fourths of the world's known energy resources." (p.31)